Formula 1's aerodynamic regulations for 2014 are far simpler than the powertrain rules, but are inciting just as much controversy.
A few simple dimensional changes are all that have been regulated: a lower nose, a narrower front wing and a single exhaust pipe.
But, at a stroke, these few adjustments have completely changed the flow structure around the car and have set the designers a huge challenge to regain the lost downforce.
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